I've had two suggested edits rejected by the author, which attempted to make an answer more accessible by amending its condescending opening paragraph.
The use of words such as "simply", "just", "easy", "ridiculously easy" or, in this case, "amazingly easy" can serve to make the reader embarrassed that they find it more difficult, and annoyed at the inference of superiority, even if that is not the intention of the answerer. This can limit the usefulness and accessibility of an answer because the reader has to first overcome their irritation and possible shame.
Stack Overflow (and other SE sites) wouldn't be needed if folks thought the solution to their problem was "amazingly easy". It seems out of place to use language that suggests users are stupid. Is there a style guide which can be referenced to avoid this unfortunate effect?